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On 17 Apr 2001, at 14:29, Vincent Campbell wrote:
> If we're talking films for philosophers, then someone suggested to me
> that Terrance Malick's 'The Thin Red Line' was, for them, about as
> close as you'll get to Heidegger on film. I kinda saw what they
> Seems to me to be a film, in its treatment of individuals responses to
> events, that isn't irrelevant to this discussion.
It reminded me of MAN'S FATE, a brilliant novel of the Chinese
revolution by Andre Malraux.
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